Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is nominated a third time for Best Columnist in the 11th annual National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards! Already a two time winner, Kareem joins his comrades at The Hollywood Reporter in a total of 44 nominations.
Nominations include best publication, best website, journalist of the year for Lacey Rose and best columnist for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
The Hollywood Reporter topped the nominations for the 11th annual National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards with a total of 44, including best publication, best website, print journalist of the year for Lacey Rose and best columnist for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
In addition, Daniel Fienberg is up for best TV critic, while David Rooney will vie for best performing arts critic. Other noms include two for best group blog — The Live Feed, overseen by Lesley Goldberg, and Heat Vision, by Borys Kit, Aaron Couch, Graeme McMillan, Ryan Parker, Pamela McClintock and Patrick Shanley.
In the categories for any media platform, Rose also scored a nom for her Ellen Pompeo profile“How I Fought to Become TV’s $20 Million Woman.”
THR scored multiple noms in the industry/arts investigative category: Gary Baum for “The Mystery of Angelyne Is Solved” and Kim Masters and Goldberg for “Amazon Studios’ Roy Price: Inside the Fall of a Top Executive.” The latter also is nominated for best general news, print, alongside Ashley Cullins’ “Music’s Grim New Must-Have: Terrorism Insurance Policies.”
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